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To move forward and reach your potential, never stop learning

September 1, 2014
The 90s called; they want their refractive surgery back. Likewise, the turn of the millennium called and wants its cataract surgery back. Our world is changing, rapidly. Social media and an evolving internet have revolutionized our access to technology. Smartphones have placed Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google and YouTube right at our fingertips, in real-time, all the time.

Top 5 ophthalmology videos of August

August 31, 2014
In August, a variety of perspectives and surgical technique videos from scientific meetings were the most frequently viewed Ocular Surgery News videos published on…
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Femtosecond astigmatic keratotomy before LASIK can be beneficial

August 30, 2014
Early in my years as a refractive surgeon performing incisional corneal refractive surgery, I learned that I could achieve the maximal effect of corneal incisions when…

Survey shows doctors predominantly lead ACOs

August 29, 2014
Accountable Care Organizations are largely led by physicians or physician and hospital partnerships, according to data published in Health Affairs. “The broad…
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Surgical Maneuvers

Surgeon details scleral tunnel and glue technique for secondary posterior chamber IOL fixation

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, August 10, 2014
Roger F. Steinert, MD
Aphakia correction has been explored with multiple techniques including epi-keratophakia and intracorneal inlays, but…
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Turning results into action: InflammaDry vs. Tear Osmolarity

July 24, 2014
How’s it going for you with the InflammaDry? We have used it routinely in our dry eye clinic since shortly before…
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Meeting News Coverage Video

Speaker discusses HOME study

August 13, 2014
At the American Society of Retina Specialists meeting in San Diego, David S. Boyer, MD, discusses results from the HOME…
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